So, guys. In a break from the norm at the weekend, I headed over to the the Goodlife Centre in Waterloo to learn the fine art of basket weaving. What a welcoming bunch!
I went from total basketry novice to having something that actually looks bought (if slightly wonky, to my perfectionist eyes).
Read my review of the day here on the Goodlife Centre website*. Whilst you’re there you might as well check out their other workshop offerings, everything from plumbing to reupholstery. It’s not just for girls (or boys!), the Goodlife Centre is very equal opportunities. If you’re not sure yet, they have an open day this Friday 22nd Feb from 4pm to 7pm. Why not go and say hello? You might be glad you did…
(*I should add – I wasn’t paid to write a good review – it really was a good day!)
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